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Reality Television
Provides a counterargument to Leonard Pitts' editorial "Reality Shows Are Mocking Us".
# 69298 | 920 words | 1 source | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Communication (Mass Media) , Film (Television) , Sociology (Media and Society)


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This paper provides a counterargument to Leonard Pitts' editorial "Reality Shows Are Mocking Us," in which the author claims that reality television shows are demeaning, condescending and mocking to groups of Americans such as poor Southerners. The counterargument maintains Pitts' argument is invalid and that reality shows offer entertainment and even educational value.

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"Introduction Leonard Pitts' argument that reality shows are mocking us is largely an emotional argument based on the author's value judgments and built on faulty logic. Pitts' claim that the humor underlying reality shows encourages us ..."

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